|Poster:||vanark||Date:||Feb 10, 2019 2:52pm|
|Forum:||etree||Subject:||Re: New band addition|
From the FAQ:
I'm an artist who would like to be included in the Archive, what do I need to do?
We'd love to have you!
Just write to us in English at firstname.lastname@example.org giving some kind of permission for us to archive your shows for public download and noncommercial, royalty-free circulation.
It does not need to be a formally worded declaration, and can come from anyone you feel has the "say-so." We just need to be clear on how you feel about the project.
We will put relevant quotes onto a new "collection" page (examples) for your performances, along with a link to your official website.
It is necessary for you to email us in order to create a new section. We want to be sure that the go-ahead really is coming from you.
Please do not attempt to create your own collection, or to upload any of the band's shows, in advance of receiving an emailed confirmation message from curators; such attempts may significantly complicate or delay the curators' setup process.
You can give as much or as little scope for archiving as you like. Some bands place limits on what can be hosted, and we can accommodate those.
Archive Curators, volunteer fans who have proven to be in line with the spirit of this archive, will attempt to screen contributions for OK'd material only.
At the same time you give the go-ahead, feel free to pass along any notes or policy links on your general taping/trading stance as well.
You don't need to have a formal written or posted policy before inclusion, but we'd like to know how you feel about the topic.
Besides fans sending their copies of your shows, you can also prepare and upload your own live recordings to the Archive, if you like.
In fact, if you'd like to limit your material to selected contributions from you only, please just let us know.
If you have any questions about the project, please ask us anytime.